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    Ok, I made it, thanks for everything anyway.
    This is the code for everybody else who need this requirement:

    Code:
    console.log(this);
    if (this.fieldEl.dom.readOnly == true) {
          this.getDatePicker().hide()
    }
    else {
          this.getDatePicker().show()
    }
    See ya!

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    hey you can do this with jquery
    $('yourID').find('input').attr('readonly', 'readonly')...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonaib View Post
    hey you can do this with jquery
    $('yourID').find('input').attr('readonly', 'readonly')...
    Why would you suggest this?
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